• Definition for "flocculent"
    • Having a fluffy or woolly appearance.
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flocculent definition

  • adjective:
    • Having a fluffy or woolly appearance.
    • Chemistry contains or containing woolly masses.
    • Zoology Having a soft, waxy, and woollike covering, as particular insects.
    • Flocculated, resembling bits of wool, woolly.
    • Covered in a woolly material; downy.
    • Flaky.
    • Clothed with small flocks or flakes; woolly.
    • placed on the down of recently hatched or unfledged birds.
    • Having a structure like shredded wool, as some precipitates.
    • having a fluffy personality or appearance
    • Having a fluffy or woolly appearance.
    • Having a fluffy or woolly appearance.
    • Chemistry composed of or containing woolly public.
    • biochemistry comprised of or containing woolly masses.
    • Zoology Having a soft, waxy, and woollike covering, as certain pests.
    • Zoology Having a soft, waxy, and woollike covering, as certain pests.
    • Having a fluffy or woolly look.
    • Chemistry contains or containing woolly masses.
    • Zoology Having a soft, waxy, and woollike covering, as specific insects.
    • Flocculated, resembling bits of wool, woolly.
    • Flocculated, resembling components of wool, woolly.
    • Flocculated, resembling bits of wool, woolly.
    • Covered in a woolly substance; downy.
    • Covered in a woolly compound; downy.
    • Covered in a woolly substance; downy.
    • Flaky.
    • Flaky.
    • Flaky.
    • Clothed with small flocks or flakes; woolly.
    • Clothed with little flocks or flakes; woolly.
    • Clothed with small flocks or flakes; woolly.
    • Applied to the down of newly hatched or unfledged birds.
    • Having a structure like shredded wool, as some precipitates.
    • Applied to the down of recently hatched or unfledged birds.
    • put on the down of newly hatched or unfledged wild birds.
    • Having a structure like shredded wool, as some precipitates.
    • Having a structure like shredded wool, as some precipitates.
    • having a fluffy personality or appearance
    • having a fluffy personality or appearance
    • having a fluffy character or appearance
    • Having a fluffy or woolly appearance.
    • Chemistry Made up of or containing woolly public.
    • Zoology Having a soft, waxy, and woollike covering, as specific pests.
    • Flocculated, resembling bits of wool, woolly.
    • Covered in a woolly substance; downy.
    • Flaky.
    • Clothed with small flocks or flakes; woolly.
    • Applied to the down of recently hatched or unfledged birds.
    • Having a structure like shredded wool, as some precipitates.
    • having a fluffy personality or appearance
  • noun:
    • diminutive of flocculent spiral galaxy
    • diminutive of flocculent spiral galaxy
    • diminutive of flocculent spiral galaxy
    • diminutive of flocculent spiral galaxy
    • diminutive of flocculent spiral galaxy
  • others:
    • Like a flock of wool; fleecy; woolly.
    • exclusively Coalescing and sticking in locks or flocks.
    • In ornithology, like or with respect to the floccus. See floccus, - In addition floccose.
    • In entomology, covered, as an insect, or any section of it, with a soft, waxy compound, generally speaking white in color and adhering in unusual flakes or strings, usually of considerable size, like in many Homoptera.
    • Like a flock of wool; fleecy; woolly.
    • particularly Coalescing and adhering in locks or flocks.
    • Like a flock of wool; fleecy; woolly.
    • Like a flock of wool; fleecy; woolly.
    • especially Coalescing and adhering in locks or flocks.
    • In ornithology, like or pertaining to the floccus. See floccus, - In addition floccose.
    • particularly Coalescing and sticking in locks or flocks.
    • In entomology, covered, as an insect, or any element of it, with a soft, waxy material, generally white in shade and adhering in unusual flakes or strings, often of significant length, like in many Homoptera.
    • In ornithology, like or regarding the floccus. See floccus, 2 . Additionally floccose.
    • In ornithology, like or regarding the floccus. See floccus, 2 . Additionally floccose.
    • In entomology, covered, as an insect, or any section of it, with a soft, waxy material, generally white in color and adhering in unusual flakes or strings, frequently of significant size, like in numerous Homoptera.
    • In entomology, covered, as an insect, or any section of it, with a soft, waxy compound, generally white in color and adhering in unusual flakes or strings, often of significant length, such as numerous Homoptera.
    • Like a flock of wool; fleecy; woolly.
    • Specifically Coalescing and adhering in hair or flocks.
    • In ornithology, like or related to the floccus. See floccus, - Also floccose.
    • In entomology, covered, as an insect, or any part of it, with a soft, waxy substance, generally speaking white in shade and adhering in unusual flakes or strings, usually of significant size, such as many Homoptera.
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